Rebecca Momany Resume 1 April 2015


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Rebecca Momany Resume 1 April 2015

  1. 1. REBECCA MOMANY, MA 6622 Devonhill Rd. Tel: 614-203-4324 Columbus, OH 43229 BACKGROUND SUMMARY Energetic & flexible professional with comprehensive leadership, organizational, planning & program development skills. Poised and self- confident with proven oral & written communication skills. Quick learner with the acumen to excel in unfamiliar settings. Exhibits a high level of collaboration among co- workers in a team-oriented environment. Creative thinker, committed to improving the organization & enhancing productivity. Excellent customer based interpersonal skills. Proven ability to work with diverse populations. EDUCATION CORNELL UNIVERSITY, Ithaca, New York, 2006 Bachelors of Science, Human Development Specializations: Social Policy and Developmental Psychology THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, Columbus Ohio, 2013 John Glenn School of Public Affairs, Masters of Arts in Public Policy and Management PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, Office of Academic Affairs, Columbus, Ohio Program Coordinator, Discovery Themes February 2013-Present  Plans and coordinates bi-annual campus wide Provost’s Discovery Themes Lecturer Program  Works with Associate Provost and program support team to facilitate the development and implementation of the Discovery Themes Initiative.  Assists campus leaders, faculty advisory boards, and communications staff to maintain and enhance the focus of the Discovery Themes.  Plans, coordinates, and follows up on activities, meetings, and programs of the Initiative.  Contributes to management, development, analysis, evaluation, and reporting of process & outcome data.  Engages with Discovery Themes Initiative (DTI) leaders and implementation team in planning and organizational development efforts for various DTI programs (examples include: Data Analytics Collaborative, RFP1 and RFP2 Information sessions, RFP2 Panel reviews, Focus Groups, and Lecturer Program). THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, College of Medicine, Columbus, Ohio Executive Assistant to Associate Dean of Research Education January 2011- March 2013  Assisted with development of program materials and essential databases, including preparation of NIH T32 Training Grant.  Strong interpersonal and organizational skills utilized through coordination of faculty, staff, and student interactions and activities with Associate Dean.  Handled confidential and sensitive correspondence on regular basis and assisted with administrative tasks associated with OSU Research Education.  Maintained and coordinated complex schedule and database.  Served as liaison to Program Managers and coordinators for an array of OSU Research Education programs. TREASURER OF STATE- STATE OF OHIO, Columbus, Ohio Policy & Research Analyst January 2009-January 2011  Examined federal and state-level policies & current/pending legislation with extensive focus on K- 12 and higher education financial education initiatives, including development of financial education platform.
  2. 2.  Produced innovative research project on student loan debt; Publishable white paper written as a result.  Provided functional support and task delegation to college interns investigating student loan debt and gambling prevention projects.  Supervised research intern working 20hr workweek for projects including gathering statistical data & developing Excel spreadsheets & charts.  Significant cross-departmental collaboration with Communication, Community Education and Engagement and Community Affairs Departments. Collaboration included traveling statewide to promote Treasury related outreach programs.  Autonomous, self-directed work environment, requiring excellent oral and written communication skills. Entrusted with sensitive material on daily basis. CITY YEAR, Columbus, Ohio School Partnership Program Coordinator July 2006-June 2008 City Year is a 10 month AmeriCorps program dedicated to tutoring and mentoring children and transforming schools and communities across the United States.  Planned & implemented small-scale (40+ volunteers) & large-scale (500+ volunteers) community service projects and events.  Volunteer management experience through program development, volunteer recruitment, and delegation of tasks to teams of AmeriCorps members, and community and corporate volunteers.  Developed programmatic content for after-school enrichment program for 45 elementary age- aged children. Planned, organized, & conducted tutoring lessons for 87 children.  Created, edited, and maintained various types of correspondence between organization and school, parents, donors, and community groups.  Maintained data collection and data entry for National AmeriCorps reports.  Continued participation through Alumni Board Activities KOHLS, Westerville, Ohio Sales Floor Associate Part-time, June 2002-Present  Responds to customer needs, calls, and requests in a timely manner.  Provides attentive and friendly customer service at all times by recommending, selecting, and helping customers locate merchandise based on needs and desires.  Regular experience with merchandise sets; working both independently and with team  Maintains look and feel of sales floor; Replenishes as needed and examines merchandise to ensure it is correctly priced and displayed and functions as advertised.  Places special orders or calls other stores to locate merchandise for customers  Assists registers as Point of Sale associate as needed and performs all other requests from store manager to ensure timely, friendly, and attentive customer service.  Awarded “Associate of the Quarter” 3 times. CURRENT VOLUNTEER AND LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES  Kohls ATeam, Community Service Volunteer 2003-Present  CHA Animal Shelter, Biweekly and special events volunteer March 2011-Present  The Ohio State University, Young Alumni Academy Leadership Program Sept 2014-June 2015 TECHNICAL SKILLS  Advanced proficiencies in Microsoft Office products including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher.  Working experience with survey tools (i.e. Research IQ, Qualtrics, Survey Monkey)  Ability to quickly learn and adapt to new technological programs and databases.  Working knowledge of numerous social media platforms